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SQUERY : A Spatial Query Processor with Spatial Reasoning and Geometric Computation
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 Title & Authors
SQUERY : A Spatial Query Processor with Spatial Reasoning and Geometric Computation
Kim, Jongwhan; Kim, Incheol;
 
 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a spatial query processor, SQUERY, which can derive rich query results through spatial reasoning on the initial knowledge base, as well as, process both qualitative and quantitative queries about the topological and directional relationships between spatial objects. In order to derive richer query results, the query processor expands the knowledge base by applying forward spatial reasoning into the initial knowledge base in a preprocessing step. The proposed query processor uses not only qualitative spatial knowledge describing topological/directional relationship between spatial objects, but also utilizes quantitative spatial knowledge including geometric data of individual spatial objects through geometric computation. The results of an experiment with the OSM(Open Street Map) spatial knowledge base demonstrates the high performance of our spatial query processing system.
 Keywords
spatial query processor;spatial reasoning;knowledge base expansion;geometrical computation;
 Language
Korean
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